NSCAD Notes - Galleries
July 11, 2017

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14 Bells Fine Art Gallery

2017 marks 100 years since the devastating Halifax Explosion. 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery would like to mark the occasion by celebrating the community that we have become. We invite community artists to submit work featuring the North End neighbourhood. Contact Cheryl at 902-406-2355 or cheryl@14bells to be considered for exhibition alongside gallery artists for this show. 5523 Young St., Halifax.

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Artist Janso Isso is a Syrian-Kurdish refugee. His show Path to the Light is on display at the Anna Leonowens Gallery to July 22.
 
Anna Leonowens Gallery

Janso Isso, visting artist. To July 22. Hallucinate All Over Me, by Vanessa Cornell, Heather Murray, Hila Peleg. To July 15. Helah Cooper. To July 15. 1891 Granville Street, Halifax.

Argyle Fine Art
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paintings by Melissa Townsend. Surfacing by Abigail Lower. To July 15. 1559 Barrington Street, Halifax.

CFlowers
Chesley Flowers, The George River Herd (1995-1996), Wood and antler. 121.92 x 121.92 cm. On display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as part of SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut.
 

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

Maud Lewis as Collected by John Risley. To Sept. 24. SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut. To Sept. 10. In a Flash. To Aug. 20.  Vimy Ridge: Artists Document the First World War. To Oct. 15. Harold Edgerton: The Man Who Made Time Stand Still. To Aug. 13. Nova Scotia Spotlight: Laurie Swim. Ongoing.  Expressions of Faith: Sacred Art of Centuries Past. To Oct. 29. Centuries of Silence: The Discovery of the Salzinnes Antiphonal. To Oct. 29. 1723 Hollis St., Halifax.

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Yarmouth
Emily Falencki. To Nov. 19, 2017. After Image. To Nov. 19. 341 Main Street, Yarmouth.

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Emily Falencki, Per Avion, 2014, Oil and inkjet print on rag paper, 55.3 x 86.2 cm. Courtesy of the Artist.
 

Corridor Gallery
Celebrate!!! by Marla Benton  is a body of work inspired by the artist's daughter who started celebrating everything. To July 27. 1113 Marginal Road, Halifax.

Craig Gallery

The Initial Show: Mentorship Program Exhibition. Exhibition by mentors and mentees with the VANS program, including emerging artists Kate Grey, Ryan Josey, Ben Mosher, Alexis Vessey and established artists Andrea Dorfman, Bryan Maycock, Craig Leonard and Sarah Maloney. To July 23. Alderney Landing, Dartmouth.

Dalhousie Art Gallery

The Long Time: 21st Century Art of Steete and Tomczak. To July 16. Downstairs at the Dalhousie Art Gallery, 6101 University Avenue, Halifax.

Gallery Nineteen Nineteen

Matted Tails and Felted Feathers by Lisa Hageraats. To July 28. 6025 Stanley Street, inside Dean’s Flowers.

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Chocolate Slice by Marla Benton, clay, wax candle, 6.5” x 5” x 6.5”, 2016
 

Hermes Gallery
The Queer Set and Opiod Wall Book by Cliff Eyland. To July 19. 5682 North St., Halifax.

Khyber Centre for the Arts
The De-Celebration of Canada 150
by Raven Davis. To July 15. Hollis Street, Halifax.

Mary E. Black Gallery

Ritual Objects of Everyday Life, functional porcelain objects by Gina Stick. July 14 to August 27. 1061 Marginal Road, Halifax.

Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery 

AgitProp: Soviet Propaganda 1905-1945 curated by Emily Davidson and Nicole Marcoux. To July 30. 5865 Gorsebrook Ave., Halifax.

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Wave Form Pendant by Emma Piirtoniemi, on display at Studio 21 Fine Art as part of the summer exhibition, Art & Form.
 

Studio 21 Fine Art
Summer Exhibition: Art & Form, with work by Emma Piirtoniemi, Eunseon Park, I-Chun Jenkins, Ric Evans, Jane Reagh, Peter Powning, Carly Butler, Jimy Sloan, Ilan Sandler, Maja Padrov, Katie Belcher. July 8 to Sept. 12. 1273 Hollis St., Halifax.

Teichert Gallery
Evgenia Makogon, City and Light. To July 31. At the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. 1723 Hollis St., Halifax.

ViewPoint Gallery
Canada 150 exhibition, featuring photography by ViewPoint Gallery members. To July 31. 1272 Barrington St., Halifax.

Visual Voice Fine Art
Artist's Proof, featuring the work of Ed Porter, Kath Kornelsen, Diana Baldwin, Rob Maloney, Robert Rutherford, Maria Doering, Bob Hainstock, Rob Maloney, Judith Leidl, Nuri Guerra, Anna Syperek and Bonnie Baker. To July 15. 128 King Street, Truro.


Events

Tuesday, July 11

Denise Markonish, curator at MASS MoCA's Oh, Canada exhibition. Tuesday July 11, Art Bar +Projects. 5 pm.

Raven Davis artist talk.  6 pm. Khyber Centre for the Arts.

Wednesday, July 12

Janso Isso artist talk. 12 noon. Anna Leonowens Gallery.

Thursday, July 13

Helah Cooper artist talk. 12 noon. Anna Leonowens Gallery.

An evening with Eleanor King (BFA 2001) and Cliff Eyland (BFA 1982). Thursday, July 13, 6 pm. Art Bar +Projects.

Friday, July 14

Vanessa Cornell, Heather Murray, Hila Peg will give an artist talk in association with Hallucinate All Over Me. 12 noon. Anna Leonowens Gallery.

Alumni social. 5 pm. Art Bar +Projects

Visual Arts Nova Scotia presents an artist talk by JJ Lee. 6 pm. Art Bar +Projects.